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    I guess I did know he passed away but I didn't...

    I guess I did know he passed away but I didn't realized it had been so long ago.

    Time goes faster and faster it seems.
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    List of Eternal members here

    I wasn't aware that Adak passed away.. I now know that him and Dave Sinkula have passed on.

    Are there any other eternal members that contributed greatly to this forum? What is the best way to...
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    look into adding two getchar(); statements at the...

    look into adding two getchar(); statements at the bottom of your program.

    The first getchar() will be to take in the newline character that will be left in the buffer after you enter in your...
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    Ask yourself, what does cup equal when you are...

    Ask yourself, what does cup equal when you are calling this line

    pint = 2* cup;

    You need to initialize your variables before trying to do calculations on them, else they will have random values...
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    You will have to allocate more room for your...

    You will have to allocate more room for your string in order to overwrite the chars and add the new ones. You could either do that or create a whole new array with more room and start copying over...
  6. You are actually only passing a copy of...

    You are actually only passing a copy of singleNode into your append function. This means that when the function returns/ends the parameter will disappear. If you want to pass by reference I suggest...
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    note that *pointer is referring to the first...

    note that *pointer is referring to the first character in the string, not the entire string. When you are using %s in your print statements, the argument is expecting (char*) not (char)
  8. Please post your code in the respective code tags.

    Please post your code in the respective code tags.
  9. Has anyone ever used a refactoring tool?

    I am just wondering if anyone here uses any refactoring tool and how efficient is it really? Do you recommend?
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    Is it more competitive "in house" or because of...

    Is it more competitive "in house" or because of outsourcing opportunities?
  11. Get one thing to work at a time. First create...

    Get one thing to work at a time.

    First create a program that declares the int and the array.
    Then add in a loop that iterates through the array.
    Then add in a condition within the loop that...
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    For starters, you should initialize your num...

    For starters, you should initialize your num array before ever referencing it. Your while loop is referencing a slot in your array and you don't even know what value will be there.

    Secondly, your...
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    Best way to structure a python program?

    For anyone that is familiar with the Python language, could you tell me what the best way to structure a program would be? For example in a functional way like C or an object oriented way like C++? ...
  14. stdlib.h has a function called "atoi". This will...

    stdlib.h has a function called "atoi". This will take a string and return the int value.

    C library function - atoi()
  15. Do what you are doing with the "answers", except...

    Do what you are doing with the "answers", except make sure you apply the change I mention in the scanf.
  16. Once again, do you want to save it to an external...

    Once again, do you want to save it to an external file/database or inside the programs memory?

    First things first. When your scanf needs to take a pointer to your char array. As of right now you...
  17. Save it in an external database, file, or inside...

    Save it in an external database, file, or inside the program memory itself?
    Post your code.
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    c - What is gets() equivalent in C11? - Stack...

    c - What is gets() equivalent in C11? - Stack Overflow

    Check this link. The first answer explains get_s.
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    Listen to what Salem has to say and then realize...

    Listen to what Salem has to say and then realize that your *b2 will not equal 6 the way you have your if statement set up right now.
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    Well, ask yourself this. What is ch[5] equal...

    Well, ask yourself this.

    What is ch[5] equal to? You are breaking out of the for loop once i2==5

    What input are you using for your test case?
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    scores in your scanf is the same thing as saying...

    scores in your scanf is the same thing as saying &scores[0].

    The name of an array is just the address to the first element. So when you enter in your numbers you are overriding the first element 3...
  22. You can create an array of strings (each value...

    You can create an array of strings (each value corresponding the month name).

    The indexes will then serve as a representation for the month that you pass in to your header function.
  23. Look at the indent style wiki page you posted. ...

    Look at the indent style wiki page you posted.

    Tell me which indent style your code matches up with..
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    The second getchar is picking up the newline...

    The second getchar is picking up the newline character left in the buffer after the first getchar().

    For example you enter in

    - "A\n"
    first getchar grabs the 'A' then the second getchar grabs...
  25. Any good sources on learning deployment process?

    I've been given the task to learn Ant and I have no experience with any build automation tools. I've done a number of google searches and have ran across some decent tutorials, however, I'm...
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